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michm
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Hi,

Can anyone recommend some reflexology books, I will be doing a course in the next couple of months but would like to read up a bit!

Thanks for your help

Michm

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Lynora
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What does your training school recommend. There are so many available, I would not be able to choose just one!

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michm
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Hi Jabba

I am at the minute waiting to hear about funding so in the meantime I thought I'd have a read up, I ordered The Complete Guide to Foot Reflexology, Kunz,Barbara. I saw it recommeded on here.

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zoechloe
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Laura Norman, the reflexology handbook is a student bible

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Imikael
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Hello , I love reflexology and i am interested in learning more .I found something very nice on a website and i am almost into it . Its seems to be a different approach, a way of working with a person’s patterns of excess effort and energy deficiency, which are created in the body and appear in the feet.The technique aims to teach clients and to involve their body attention in the process of breaking free of such patterns, recovering, and becoming more well.It is verry interesting and maybe it will help you guys.Wish you all the best!
footwork online com

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Unevenlemming
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When I did my course with VTCT we were recommended Reflexology by Susan Cressy and I still refer to it now.

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